How Katrina Kaif, Shilpa Shetty And Others Are Spending Their Quarantine

The actresses have taken up activities that include playing guitar, spending time with kids and working out with their pets for company

How Katrina Kaif, Shilpa Shetty And Others Are Spending Their Quarantine

Screenshot from a video posted by Katrina Kaif. (courtesy katrinakaif)

Highlights

  • Katrina Kaif is spending her time playing guitar
  • Shilpa Shetty is keeping son Viaan entertained
  • Sonali Bendre is reading
New Delhi:

The film industry, confined to their homes as India battles the Coronavirus, has found several ways to keep themselves occupied. Mumbai, where most Bollywood celebs live, is in lockdown; Maharashtra has registered the most number of COVID-19 cases in the country. Enforced social distancing doesn't seem to lowering spirits. Katrina Kaif is spending her quarantine playing the guitar - you won't be able to hear her yet, though she has promised "sound coming soon." It appears that we have singer-composer Ankur Tewari to thank for this glimpse of Katrina's musical abilities. Take a look at the video Katrina Kaif posted:

Like many parents, Shilpa Shetty is struggling to keep her young son entertained. She shared a snippet of her "tie and dye" session with Viaan, 7, on her Instagram profile. Their pet cat Simba kept them company, with results that could have been disastrous. "You have to put on your thinking caps, aiming to make the most of this time together. So, you invent, innovate and come up with something as it's a do or 'dye' situation that'll keep them busy and you happy. Today's bonding session with Viaan happened with some tie and dye activity at home, with a special appearance by Simba (who nearly got her tail dyed)," read an excerpt from Shilpa's post. This is the video we are talking about:

"How do I keep my child occupied?!" is the million dollar question playing on every parent's mind right now. This 'unplanned' break has to be endured, since it can't be cured. We try planning a few hours of interesting activities in a day for our kids, but what do you do when you hear, "Mommy, I'm bored!!" and you DON'T want to give them the iPad! Take it from me, tearing your hair out isn't going to help as much as you'd think it would You have to put on your thinking caps, aiming to make the most of this time together. So, you invent, innovate, and come up with something as it's a DO OR "DYE" situation.. that'll keep them busy and you happy. Today's bonding session with Viaan happened with some tie-&-dye activity at home , with a special appearance by Simba! (Who nearly got her tail dyed) By the way, the t-shirts we're wearing were also made during one of our previous sessions. How are you keeping up with your kids' daily activities? Let me know and do share ideas with me. This was great fun. A must try. Things required: A pair of gloves White t-shirt Permanent safe colour (dye) Method: 1. Twist and tie the t-shirts with rubber band at a 3-inch distance 2. Pour the colour, keep it in the sun for 12/20 hrs, and open #EveryDayIsSonDay #staysafe #stayhome #creativity #mommyandson #SwasthRahoMastRaho

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For Sonali Bendre, a cancer survivor, the quarantine is crucial. Here's what she's been doing so far: "Day 6 of self-isolation: This is all I'm doing the whole day. Hanging out with my buddies - my sanitiser and my books, also most importantly, eating right to improve my immunity. Tell me what you're doing," read her caption.

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Preity Zinta is in Los Angeles with her family. On her Instagram, she shared a video of herself "doing a cardio step work out and training" while her pet dog Bruno runs around her. Sharing the video, the 45-year-old actress wrote, "Life is all about improvisation right now. Here's Bruno and me doing a cardio step work out & training." Take a look:

Bollywood has reported its first Coronavirus case - singer Kanika Kapoor, who returned from the UK 10 days ago, has tested positive. She joins a growing list of celebrities that include Tom Hanks and Idris Elba. The virus originated in Wuhan, China and has since infected thousands globally. In India, the COVID-19 cases have risen to over 360.